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Video Game Design – Wild Pacific (Ages 11 – 14)

Summer 2019

The waters off the BC coast are teeming with fascinating creatures.  This camp uses game design to explore the stunning array of marine life found along BC’s coast. By studying and creating board,  outdoor and video games (the focus, however, is squarely on video games), you examine the key principles of game design and learn what makes a game successful. The camp curriculum has been designed by artists and engineers, so you can be confident that what you learn are established best practices in the video game industry. You also learn how to use Unity3D, the software of choice for game developers around the world.

Schedule

Monday – Friday, 09:00 – 15:45

Start Date

July 08, 2019

End Date

July 12, 2019

Course Reference Number (CRN)

92024

Registration for this course is now closed. Please call us at 604.984.4901 for additional details or email us at csee@capilanou.ca

Product Description

The waters off the BC coast are teeming with fascinating creatures.  This camp uses game design to explore the stunning array of marine life found along BC’s coast. By studying and creating board,  outdoor and video games (the focus, however, is squarely on video games), you examine the key principles of game design and learn what makes a game successful. The camp curriculum has been designed by artists and engineers, so you can be confident that what you learn are established best practices in the video game industry. You also learn how to use Unity3D, the software of choice for game developers around the world.

Additional Information

Schedule

Monday – Friday, 09:00 – 15:45

Start Date

July 08, 2019

End Date

July 12, 2019

Course Reference Number (CRN)

92024